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with the economy, you know, the fiscal cliff, debt ceiling, all of this, i'm looking for an investment that's etf based and is gold, but is based on the physical. i'm really into like, you know, physical investing and not just straightup normal etfs. >> well if that's the case, you got to be careful. the closest we have is the gld and i'm not backing away from that. i think that is -- i've talked to a lot of gold dealers, some are nervous, some aren't. i think gld does fine. always telling you too do your homework. why? it's a way to build conviction. leave the panic to everyone else, and i'll try to make you even more money. >> jim cramer, you're one of my heroes. >> i look forward to your show every week night. >> thank you so much for helping beginning investors like me. >> when you talk about the market, i just believe that you're spot on. >> i love it. thank you so much. every night we watch you. i have learned and earned. >>> we talked about the way stocks diverge from companies. let me tell you about a tool that can help you make money quickly but carries a certain amount of risk and can b
have the deadline about the debt ceiling. so all these fiscal matters and you have to wonder if that's going to suck so much political oxygen out of capitol hill, what else will they be able to get done. every three months there's another fiscal crisis. >> manufactured crisis is the way president obama phrased it. >>> california lawmakers are considering a ban against hands free texting. a study sound hands free texting demands long eer glances away fm the road. >>> a new zealand coroner says a two gallon a day coca cola habit was a substantial factor in the death of a 31-year-old woman. natasha harris died suddenly three years ago. her death was caught on by a heart attack brought on by excessive consumption of coke. just any about that, obviously loaded with sugar, caffeine, which jacks up your blood pressure. >> her heart exploded. >> are you kidding me? >> 31 years old, 8 children, 10 liters of coca cola a day? >> are you kidding me? >> i don't drink ten liters of anything on a given day. she was freezing the coca cola, popping those in for breakfast. >> that level of caffeine an
? >> yes. >> confronting a fiscal cliff in january, potential debt ceiling dault, in march, sequestration, government shutdown -- could this shake the confidence of some investors and our ability to deal with our responsibility? >> yes, congressman, we think that perennial crisis mode of fiscal policy over the past few years is reducing people's confidence. how big an effect that is, we don't know. >> the gentleman's time has expired. >> thank you, chair and thank you for being back with us. by anyone's objective measure, we would consider you a smart and intelligent man and a good economist. >> thank you, congressman. >> it strikes me that some of us want to speechify rather than use this precious time to engage you in conversation. for the record, i really appreciate that line of questioning. i will try to continue on in that regard. speaking of speechifying, we heard it is impossible to get ourselves out of this debt situation through spending cuts alone. i want to understand, that if i am correct, that the cbo projects that revenue will double from 2012 levels to $5 trillion in 2023
something passed. but the debt ceiling represents the equivalent of a massive fiscal heart attack. >> narrator: cantor told them no president could ignore the threat. >> it has to be done. it's essential. if you don't raise the debt limit, you can no longer borrow, you can't pay your bills. you default. >> narrator: the new republicans got the message. >> in other words, "look guys, as a team we recognize that this is a leverage point. trust us and we're going to use it so that you fulfill your campaign promises." >> narrator: majority leader cantor had laid out an approach that would put the new congress in direct conflict with the white house. >> it was clear the republicans were going to try to extract some price. and i think the question was, how significant would that price be? and how unyielding would the republicans be in order to get it? >> narrator: cantor thought he could count on the new members because he had worked hard to get them elected. >> america is at a crossroads, and washington remains out of touch. there is a better way, and a new team is ready to bring ameri
and debt ceiling that he has not been able to get his picks through, and i think the longer the hagel thing sits out there, andrea, the more danger it is -- dangerous it is for chuck hagel's chances. >> can i just point out -- >> i'm being told that the white house council has sent a letter. >> i have the letter here. >> very good. tag teaming. >> the letter from katherine rumler, to senators mccain, graham, and ayotte says she is trying to address concerns that have been raised by you and the armed services committee in connection with the nomination. she quotes extensively from the review board, remember the review board from pickering and admiral mueller, which said that there simply was not enough time for a military response. then she says this intensive response, which was directedly the president, included 13 meetings of interagency principles and deputies within a week of the attack. of course, this does not address their concerns about what was happening in the hours, the seven hours between the initial attack and when the second attack started and the three other americans were ki
programs. and middle of may, you have the deadline about the debt ceiling. so all these fiscal matters and you have to wonder if that's going to suck so much political oxygen out of capitol hill, what else will they be able to get done. every three months there's another fiscal crisis. >> manufactured crisis is the way president obama phrased it. >>> california lawmakers are considering a ban against hands free texting while driving. a state senator who wants to outlaw the practice says voice-controlled texting behind the wheel is just as dangerous as typing out the letters. a recent study found hands-free texting demands longer glances away from the road. the first hearing on this bill is expected in the spring. >>> a new zealand coroner says a two gallon a day coca cola habit was a substantial factor in the death of a 31-year-old woman. natasha harris was a mother of eight who died suddenly three years ago. the coroner found that her death was caused by a heart attack which he says was brought on by excessive consumption of coke. coca-cola disputes the findings, saying her overall he
caught tampering with this stuff again like we did on debt ceiling. but how does boehner try to keep control of his side on this? >> well, and that has been the big question. it is remarkable, actually, that we were able to avoid the fiscal cliff. i mean, we sort of went over it and we were able to keep that intact. and the republicans basically blinked, they realized on some level that they were becoming known as the party of manufacturing crisis. this was all they -- that they had to offer the country. if they go down that path too many times, their approval ratings are already at all-time lows. they can't sink any further in the public's estimation. and we're looking at sequester and continuing resolution. we're going to have another debt ceiling debate in the summer. now rather than the burden being on the democrats to figure out the problems, i really think the burden is on the republicans because if they have cause these crises time and time again, the american public sees what is going on and understands who is responsible. >> the president is offering them the chance to avoid
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